Reviews and Problems with Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood
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shaken0not0stirred , GameStop
29 June 2012
Summary: Purchased this game when it first came out. It's worth every $49.99 price tag it came with. This is much better than Road To Hill 30. Game play remains mostly the same. The AI is better, sightly easier to deal with Panzers, and lesser glitches. The squad base control is where it shines. AI squad is bit smarter than the 1st, but still could use more touch up. The unpredictability of a mortar shell is about as real as it gets.
Summary: disregard the review here that says Medal of Honor Or Call of Duty are better than this. Call of Duty & Medal of Honor are no where near in the same standard as this game. It has bigger battlefields with multiple entriy points, unprecedented squad control and unique " overhead view" of the state of play at the touch of a button. this a surperb entry into the FPS and worthy sequel to Road to Hill 30. If you haven't played this game, do, you wont regret it .
Summary: The game is pretty fun. I just wish they gave you some health at checkpoints. A big issue is your squad. Sometimes you tell them to take cover and they expose themselves to machine gun fire. So I recommend leaving your squad behind in safety like I do, or just let them suppress the enemy from afar while you attack from a different side.
Summary: When this game first came out, I thought it was a little quick since they had just released Road to Hill 30 a little while back. I have to say that this is just as good if not better than Road to Hill 30. The enemies in this game are so smart and that is really what I like about it. Let's say you are pinned down and aren't doing anything, after a short period of time, the enemy will try and flank you.
Summary: Many people who buy this game might instantly put it down after five minutes because they say they "die too much" well thats because your an idiot who dosent no how to play the game. This is a tactical shooter which means you cant just run out into the open and kill every1. This isnt like medal of honor where you can slay 50,000 Nazi's with your small sub-machine gun. NO! You actually have to think things out and decide where to place your squad.
Summary: ok this game is fun. u have to watch ur soilders and not make some stupid commands like telling ur soilders to attack a turrent. also u can just run to a whole bunch of germans and expect to kill everyone turst me u would die. also its realistic theres no aimer inless u aim. when u get to close to a grenade but not close enough to die u fall to the ground. this game is fun and worth the money and when u beat it a tear drop will come from ur eye cause the game is over.
Summary: I picked up this game the other day already playing the first one. I brought this one home and started playing and it tottally blew me away. Anybody who likes shooting games should get this game. It has awesome graphics. There is all a-lot more missions in this one. This is a must buy.
Summary: This is a cracker of a game, its got good graphics, controls are easy and can be learned very quickly. You can really get into to the story line unlike some games which go off there story this one sticks to it and really pulls you in. Its challenging, a good length and can be replayed many times without you getting bored.
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood (PS2): Fight alongside your Brothers in Arms.
21 August 2009
Summary: Brothers in Arms Earned in Blood is a shooter for the Playstation 2 developed by Gearbox. The game takes place during flashbacks as soldiers are interviewed which is quite a unique perspective, the game puts you in the role of Sergeant Joe Hartsock who was under Matt Bakers command (he was the main character in the first game) though the events are in the same time period you go on different missions and command your own squads during the events around the D-Day...
Pros: Great tactical gameplay, improved gunplay, much better AI, good graphics & characters